5.5 Ways to Style a Jumpsuit

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Jumpsuits. The one piece wonder, usually trendy and flattering, almost always the fashion nemesis of bathroom breaks lol.

Since most jumpsuits are made with a lighter weight material, they make a perfect transition piece from summer to fall. You can style them in several different ways, making them wearable throughout the year.

I found this cute lace one on the clearance rack at my favorite store NBC. (halfofhalf.com) It was missing a belt and a seam had come apart, it was marked down from $19 (which is still a great price) down to just $3! It was easy to fix it's minor problems.

Option 1 adding a lace belt and black heels to keep it all simple. The wide legs and nude/black lace give it a dressier vibe so it can stand alone without a lot of help.

Option 2- A sleeveless leopard duster breaks up the solid color and adds a little visual interest.

Option 3- A basic black blazer makes it look more like slacks and a top. Belting the blazer gives definition to the waist. Any color of accessories will do, I personally love red with black and use it often.

Option 4- Adding bold color! A hot pink cami, belt, and shoes bring the basic black to life. Any color would do since black goes with basically everything. I added a vintage hat just to tone down the formality of it.

Option 5- A vintage silk shirt and tie give this a whole new look. This could be toned down by replacing the jeweled belt with something plainer.

Option 5.5 Here is the 1/2 option, just by pulling the sleeves down and off the shoulder, using a small safety pin under the shoulders to hold them in place. This creates a whole new neckline and you could wear anything underneath it.

I wore different shoes with each outfit, ShoeDazzle Madison is a beautiful pair with a large bow that matches the outfit perfectly.

If you would like to have your own similar style, Boohoo.com has one on sale. The sleeves are different but the rest is almost identical.

Happy shopping!


Suggested materials:
  • Jumpsuit $3   (Half of half)
  • Vintage shirt $6   (Goodwill)

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